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  • We select high-quality black sunflower seed and we always super-clean the seed to remove as many stalks as possible
  • Black Sunflower is suitable for tubular feeders
  • High-energy goodness at great value prices.
  • We purchase premium quality European black sunflower to reduce the carbon (and product degradation) involved in shipping from further afield.
  • Perfect for blue and great tits, finches and sparrows.
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Black Sunflower Seeds for birds

Regular price £4.58
Regular price £4.58 Sale price £4.58
Size

Ideal for

Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, House Sparrow, Collared Dove

 Seed feeder Bird Table

 

bird food available in bulk weights up to 20kg

 

High-energy goodness at great value prices.

Perfect for blue and great tits, finches and sparrows. We think our black sunflower is probably the cleanest available in the UK.

We select high-quality black sunflower seed and we always super-clean the seed to remove as many stalks as possible so it's in peak condition when delivered to your door; however, it's near impossible to remove all the dry pieces of stalk but we always try our hardest to do so.

We purchase premium quality European black sunflower.

We do this to reduce the carbon (and product degradation) involved in shipping from further afield. Although there are crops of Black Sunflower in the UK we feel the European crop offers more consistent quality. UK crop is often affected by the weather and some sunflower growers have to support their yields with overseas crops.

Customer Reviews

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Jill (Bodmin, GB)
Birds love these !

I have to admit, I ordered these by mistake, as I normally order the husk free sunflower seeds ! However, the birds love these and don’t seem to mind the extra work of taking them out of their husks at all.

Hello Jill, thank you for your review. We are glad your birds enjoyed the challenge! Sometimes it's fun to mix things up!

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Ralph Ferris (Chippenham, GB)
Peacocks love them

We have lots of Peacocks roaming around Corsham, and just love the Sunflower seeds, they come to me regularly for their daily Morning and afternoon snacks, and sit on my Balcot rails and look in my window until I feed them

Hello Ralph, thank you for your review, that's lovely and the photo is amazing, thanks for sharing them.

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Louise Sparrow (Gloucester, GB)
black sunflower seeds

So do Haiths polish each seed, seems like it they are so clean. I have bought them from here a few times and dont go anywhere else now. Trouble is blue tits etc get through them at such an alarming speed I now ration them. Do they stash as many as they eat?

Hello Louise, thank you for your review, yes we put the seeds through our strict cleaning regime, and they are eaten very fat with the garden birds

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Christopher Taylor (Reading, GB)
Doesn't get stuck in the feeder

I prefer the black sunflower seed because I find the white shelled seed seems to form a 'porridge' when it gets wet and a layer sets like concrete in the bottom of the feeder. The only downside is that one or two goldfinches seem to pull the black seed out of the feeder and throw it on the ground, I think they find the seed too hard and keep searching for something they can eat. The seed on the ground then attracts pigeons, mice and rats. However, the vast majority of the birds take the seed somewhere else to eat it and generally the pigeons hoover up anything on the ground before the rats get a chance!

Hi Christopher, thank you for your review. It's all about finding out what works best in your garden & it sounds like the Black Sunflower is working well for your garden birds.

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Steve Willey (Market Rasen, GB)

I regularly buy your black Sunflower Seeds, and I always find them really clean and loved by most of the birds that come in the garden. My only problem is with the sack it comes in. They are shred easily and are unsuitable.

Hello Steve, thank you for the review and the feedback. It's great to hear that the Black Sunflower Hearts are going down well in your garden. I have passed your comments in regard to the sacks we use.